Just last week, Nardo Wick dropped off his official debut Who is Nardo Wick?, an 18-track body of work that saw high profile assists from Lil Durk, Future, Lil Baby, G Herbo, 21 Savage, Lakeyah, and BIG30. Yesterday (Dec. 6), the Jacksonville, FL rising star decided to unveil a new visual from the new album for “Wicked Witch,” an Emkay-produced effort that sees him riding hard for a special woman in his life:
“Trained her very well, the police come, I know she move, call her pretty every hour though she know she cute, she know I’m a gangster, shawty keep me outta trouble so I thank her, you take away my anger, I need you to hold me down, be my anchor, she take pictures with my banger, and I hope them niggas know that pussy come with danger, my momma said, ‘Don’t talk to strangers,’ and ‘fore you ever act up, bitch, I see you’re stranger…”
The accompanying clip for “Wicked Witch” comes courtesy of Dell and Rigo and seems to take inspiration from the classic 90’s film Natural Born Killers. The video begins with Wick and a love interest having robbed a diner, massacring everyone in the process. They then take their ill-gotten spoils and cruise in a high-end whip to a nearby motel, continuing their carnage throughout.
Nardo Wick first caught major attention with his January drop “Who Want Smoke?,” which hit a viral point thanks to its popularity on the social media platform TikTok. In addition to other well-received singles like “Knock Knock,” “I Be Chillin,” and “Pull Up,” Wick appeared on songs like Slimelife Shawty‘s “In A Min,” Rylo Rodriguez‘s “Murder,” and 42 Dugg‘s “Opp Pack” — he also contributed the Cardo-produced “I Declare War” to the soundtrack for the Academy Award-winning Judas and the Black Messiah.
Press play on Nardo Wick‘s “Wicked Witch” video below.